ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Lakshman Raidu (Chinni), born on August 14, 1984, and passed away on October 2, 2021.

We cordially invite you to remember and celebrate his life on Oct 10th 2021 at Country Club Yelahanka. Lunch will be served between 12 - 3 PM.

Posted by SRAVANA KANCHI on October 12, 2021
Chinni, even though we had limited interaction I always had you in my conversations with your brother. I still remember your presence at my wedding and the efforts you took to travel long for a brief moment of joy. We miss you.
Posted by greeshma chowdary on October 10, 2021
Miss u chinni bava
All I remember is teasing me and my brother whenever you are around. But on the other side, we also know that you are always caring. i miss your sarcasm, I know you are the most pampered one among us, we all miss you bava.
Posted by Bavani Gullapalli on October 10, 2021
Chinni, All the good times we’ve shared and the memories we’ve made, they will never fade. Let it be family events, weddings, birthdays or even a simple chill out times, you were so cheerful and your presence was always felt with your spontaneous jokes, laughter.
Though you were the youngest, we had seen another best side of you as a responsible brother and a caring son for pinni all these years. Just that you forgot to teach us one more thing before you left… To live without you..
You were too young to go and didn’t have to be like this..
Miss you ra Chinni
Posted by Sandesh BC on October 10, 2021
Even though I met him in covid ward we became friends in a short while
Helped me to see my dad through video calls as he was in opposite bed to my dad
I can’t believe he is no more
Family get all strength to cope up this loss
Really a great loss
Posted by Deepika Cherukuri on October 9, 2021
Life is so unfair and unpredictable sometimes....Gone too soon, Chinni! Wherever you are right now, rest in peace ra. I am sure you are spreading happiness and laughter over there just like you did here. Will miss you and cherish our childhood memories forever!
Posted by Sunitha V on October 9, 2021
We are heartbroken by this Chinni. I remember you as always cheerful, humble and lovable. Very sad to see you go like this. Rest in peace! 
Posted by Naga Nandivelugu on October 9, 2021
We are all shocked to hear the news !!! When we first went to Hiriyur that’s when we met chinni, those memories are still fresh with us . The smile the innocence and true love towards others. You will be missed in our lives but the time I spent with you will be remembered forever.
Posted by Chetan Babu on October 9, 2021
Miss u Raidu, though I had spent 2 months of mathematics tution periods had funny moments with you Miss you dear
Posted by Jagannadha Rao Atluru on October 9, 2021
Nanna Chinni, Never thought you will walk away just like that. You are concerned, helpful and always cheerful. Your loss is immeasurable and your memories are never forgotten. RIP
Posted by Rama Raidu Gullapalli on October 9, 2021
Our family chain is broken and nothing seems the same, but as God calls us one by one the chain will link again.

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Posted by SRAVANA KANCHI on October 12, 2021
Chinni, even though we had limited interaction I always had you in my conversations with your brother. I still remember your presence at my wedding and the efforts you took to travel long for a brief moment of joy. We miss you.
Posted by greeshma chowdary on October 10, 2021
Miss u chinni bava
All I remember is teasing me and my brother whenever you are around. But on the other side, we also know that you are always caring. i miss your sarcasm, I know you are the most pampered one among us, we all miss you bava.
Posted by Bavani Gullapalli on October 10, 2021
Chinni, All the good times we’ve shared and the memories we’ve made, they will never fade. Let it be family events, weddings, birthdays or even a simple chill out times, you were so cheerful and your presence was always felt with your spontaneous jokes, laughter.
Though you were the youngest, we had seen another best side of you as a responsible brother and a caring son for pinni all these years. Just that you forgot to teach us one more thing before you left… To live without you..
You were too young to go and didn’t have to be like this..
Miss you ra Chinni
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Shared by Kiran Vijay on October 9, 2021
Raidu....

Your friendship was a blessing,
And I will miss you so.
We shared so many secrets.
You brightened up my days.
You brought me so much happiness
With your kind and loving way
Through all the ups and downs of life
The good times and the sad.
The best friend I ever had.
I love you, and forever
You will live within my heart.

Miss him..

Shared by Nagaraja Dasharathappa on October 9, 2021
Playing with Him Lagori, Bennguri aata is always Memorable in my high school days. Every time before going to my native I used to visit his house to get Rose saplings/branches from him to plant them in my native. One of our active member during Kargil fund raising in my 8th standard. He used to be one among us every time we visit Lakkanalli dam, gaaredindu, 70 kanve setve. Miss you brother. 

A fun memory forever

Shared by Pavan HK on October 9, 2021
Death is an obvious end for everyone. What they cherished during lifetime matters. I always remember Laxman Raidu for one thing.  It was our 8th standard, when Laxman Raidu had fought with one of our  classmate for kiddish reason. It was stinking once in class and teacher came in and asked everyone to remove their shoes. Teacher wanted to find out, who is wearing that socks which is stinking hard. Laman Raidu understood that, the guy who he has fought, is the culprit . Forgetting his fight, he went ahead and asked that guy to wear the sock on flip side so that it smells less. Such was his character, fight and forgive. By the way, the other guy told to Raidu, "He is already wearing sock on flip side but still it is smelling"